Are your customers happy? Mystery Shopping is a well-known method of customer research in effectively evaluating your customers’ experiences; pioneered by BARE International for over 30 years. When it comes to revealing the true nature of your business, sometimes you need more than just mystery shopping alone. Read more
In the hospitality space, customer experience is everything. And in 2019 the increasing standard of living, high disposable income and a hunger for perfection has given the luxury hotel industry a list of high expectations to be met. Read more
BARE International shares an article highlighting how Business Intelligence is shaping the future of Customer Experience in Retail.
The luxury hotel space is competitive but players are stepping up to the plate to keep up with rapidly evolving consumer demands. Read more
Customer experience today is changing radically: The recent NewUser report found that 85% of companies need to improve their customer experience, so how can you keep up to date with CX competition? Read more
In a world where your competitors are only a click away, customer loyalty really is the new marketing.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year in my household. Why?
Baseball fans are gearing up for an exciting new season. Basketball, hockey and soccer fans are cheering their teams on to playoffs and championships. Football fans are counting the days to preseason and fantasy drafts. Whether mainstream or one of many other popular sports, fan loyalty and enthusiasm around the world are stronger than ever.
So why has attendance at stadiums and arenas been declining?
Quirk’s Media writes, ‘There are many different ways to measure and gauge customer and user experience. Companies that specialize in CX and UX use a range of tools and methodologies – from more traditional methods like surveys to more tech-based techniques like eye-tracking and biometrics – to give insight into how to your users and customers interact with your brand, products and services and provide ways to improve those experiences.’